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COAL is CAPUT in India and the UK

Posted On May 13, 2017

India invests in Green Energy, while the UK goes Coal Free for the first time in 135 Years Since being elected Donald Trump has done a lot to, in his words “end the war on coal”. Similarly, Minister Stephen Joyce (Not Choice) wants to open up new coal mines on the West Coast. Thankfully, on the […]

Audi VW Get Sexy, Flying Taxis, Racoon vs AutoPilot

Posted On April 22, 2017

On this week’s episode,  Flying Taxis Coming to a Front Lawn Near You Audi and VW Getting Sexy on Electric Vehicles Racoon vs Autopilot New Zealands first Tesla SuperCharger station … and so much more, watch it all here To subscribe to the Ecotricity Weekly Roundup on everything relating to electric vehicles, join us on […]

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Celebrate our 47th EARTH DAY by putting a STOP to harmful Fossil Fuels

Posted On April 20, 2017

It’s now so much easier to say goodbye to harmful fossil fuels. Here are THREE EASY WAYS to drop your emissions, and how long it will take you to make the changes. The average household can save around 90,000 kilograms CO2e emissions over a 10 year period by making these changes. Let’s get started. It’s now […]

QUAD COPTERS Launching in 2017

Posted On March 07, 2017

In this article Electric Transportation is literally taking off …. VW Driverless Shuttles US$35,000 Tesla Starts July Tesla Auckland Showroom  Chinas 300,000 Electric Buses Quad Copters Take off  Airbus Pop Up Flying Car VW Autonomous Shuttles VW is chasing down UBER with the development of SEDRIC the fully autonomous shuttle. SEDRIC is half bus, half taxi, and totally […]

Wind Blows Hydro out of the Water

Posted On March 01, 2017

WIND is now the largest source of Renewable Electricity in the US. New Wind Generation has achieved near record growth with the second strongest quarter ever for a newly installed capacity, according to a report released by American Wind Energy Association in early February. Oil, Gas and Coal on the Way Out Wind power has not […]